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Fat Daddio’s Round Cheesecake Pans

We recommend Fat Daddio’s anodized cake pans for superior baking performance. Thick, 16-gauge aluminum pans provide even heat distribution, improved safety and unmatched durability. The anodized aluminum is non-reactive with acidic and dairy...Read More

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We recommend Fat Daddio’s anodized cake pans for superior baking performance. Thick, 16-gauge aluminum pans provide even heat distribution, improved safety and unmatched durability. The anodized aluminum is non-reactive with acidic and dairy ingredients, and a professional-grade nonstick coating ensures baked goods slide out easily.

Each pan features a removable bottom, folded corners and reinforced rolled edges to prevent warping even after years of use. The manufacturer guarantees every pan is free from workmanship defects for the lifetime of the product. Hand wash.

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  • Care: Hand wash
  • Material: 16-gauge anodized aluminum
  • Warranty: Manufacturer guarantees every pan is free from workmanship defects for the lifetime of the product
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  • For superior baking performance
  • Thick, 16-gauge anodized-aluminum construction
  • Even heat distribution
  • Improved safety
  • Unmatched durability
  • Anodized aluminum is non-reactive with acidic and dairy ingredients
  • Professional-grade nonstick coating ensures baked goods slide out easily
  • Removable bottom
  • Folded corners and reinforced rolled edges to prevent warping
  • Manufacturer guarantees every pan is free from workmanship defects for the lifetime of the product
  • Made in China
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Fat Daddio's Round Cheesecake Pan
I have made one cheesecake using my new pan and I was so surprised at how easy this Fat Daddio's pan made it. All my other cheesecake have been made with spring form pans - which I will continue to use - but I may have to break myself of the habit of grabbing this new pan first.
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Wanted cake pan with removable bottom
Karen D on Jul 8, 2015
Makes the perfect 8in cake that seves 2-4 people.
Kayla S on Apr 19, 2015
I have other Springform pans that are used for making Cheesecakes. This one is in between the sizes that we already have plus, it has a different look to it than others, so out of curiosity and interest I a choosing this style.
Raymond W on Jun 9, 2015
These smaller round pans (6") work better for gluten free baking. Often times, GF baked goods don't bake in the center as well as gluten products do so with smaller pans my hope is that the entire cake or bread will bake more evenly all the way through. I have also purchased smaller loaf pans for this same reason. Also, this small 6 inch pan makes the adorable small 2 layer cakes you often in see in bakeries that are a good size for 3 - 4 servings!!
Carol F on Jul 22, 2014
looking for a pan to make a pineapple upside down cake, can you tell me what pan to use?
A shopper on Jul 13, 2015
Best Answer: My wife suggest that using a cast iron skillet that has been seasoned is the best pan to use, she was taught this by her Mother and Grandmother. She has made several using a cast iron skillet, also she says that it -the cast iron skillet makes it easier to flip the cake on to a plate allowing it to remain intact. I, myself have not made one yet but I will be using her method.
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